Condition: 9/10 Superb
Size: Adult Medium
Chest Measurement: 37-39 Inches / 95-99 CM
Official Adidas Harlequins home rugby jersey from the 2018/19 season.
Condition of this original rugby jersey is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).
After Kingston's sacking, Harlequins turned to appointing England defence coach Paul Gustard. At the same time, a number of coaches departed, or moved into smaller roles including Mark Mapletoft and Nick Easter, who had previously been Head Coach and Defence Coach before Gustard's appointment. After a patchy but improved start to the 2018-19 season, Harlequins went on a five match winning run in the Premiership to move up to third, seven points clear of third place Gloucester.
Quins would have all-but sealed a place in the play offs with victory, but were hammered 29-7 in front of their own fans, as Gloucester claimed a bonus point victory to move within touching distance of the London club. Ill-disciplined defeats at Saracens and Sale followed before a defining moment against Northampton Saints. Quins were within 90 seconds of recording a victory which would have effectively ended the hopes of Northampton and given themselves fresh momentum as the season headed into its last few games, but a try from Alex Mitchell, helped by a lack of defensive numbers on the blindside, gave Saints the victory and brought them up to fifth, right on Quins' tail.
A late penalty miss saw Quins narrowly beaten at Exeter, and though they managed to beat Leicester in the penultimate weekend, defeat on the final day against Wasps would see them miss out on the play-offs.
They were tied on points with Saints, but missed out due to fewer match wins, finishing fifth overall. James Lang's late penalty attempt would have won them the game, and secured their place in the play-offs had it gone over, but it was inexplicably taken at least a metre behind where it had been awarded in the view of TV pundit and former player Austin Healy and ultimately fell under the crossbar by "the distance Austin was talking about that they were marched back,” according to fellow pundit and his former teammate Ben Kay.
In the Challenge Cup, Harlequins put together an impressive run, topping their group before edging Worcester Warriors in the quarter-final to book a semi-final trip to Clermont Auvergne. An impressive second half fightback was not enough as they were beaten 32-27. They won just one of their four pool matches in the Premiership Cup, to bow out at the group stage.
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